The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 10 > Push Tests on Studs Welded Through Profiled Steel Sheeting
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Push Tests on Studs Welded Through Profiled Steel Sheeting

Results are given of 35 push tests using through-deck welded studs, three types of profiled steel sheeting, and shot-fired pins, with normal density and lightweight concrete. Maximum resistances are compared with the predictions of draft BS 5950: ‘Part 3.1’, draft Eurocode 4, and two reduction formulae for the effects of rib geometry. J.T. Mottram and Professor R.P. Johnson